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Artist: TV In Flames

Title: Drool

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TV In Flames Drool Album Cover


Category: Bluesy Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Reprise

Catalog Number: 9 45368-2


Shel Graves lead, background vocals, bass
Ian Espinoza guitars, lead vocals, backing vocals
Michael "Bulldog" Graves raunchy lead and background vocals, drums, percussion


1.  All Through The Night  
2.  Whiskey And Women  
3.  Pocket Full Of Change  
4.  No Lookin' Back  
5.  Love In Motion  
6.  Big Red Train  
7.  French Kiss  
8.  Drool  
9.  Give It Up  
10.  Jiggle Bones  
11.  Sin City  
12.  Who's Sleepin' Outside My Door  

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: January 30, 2004 at 14:26
All 3 members of TV in Flames were formerly in Radioactive Cats.This group sounds bascially the same,but actually goes in a bluesier direction on this disc,that brings Great White,Cinderella(circa.Long Cold Winter),and a bit of Black Crows to mind.Also,the guys throw in a touch of southern rock on "Big Red Train"(my favorite track here).If you enjoy bluesy hard rock,this disc is a no lose proposition,as much like the Radio Active Cats CD,you can usually pick this one up fairly cheap on eBay.

From: Date: March 22, 2004 at 14:31
This album sucks shit.

From: Dean Date: March 22, 2004 at 14:45
Dammit- i had this cd and didn't even give it a listen because it looked like some shitty alt. band. The box of cds i got it in had tons of those kind of bands and halfway through i just started going by the look of the cd/band. I think i sold it for a quarter- had no idea this was the guys in Radio Active Cats- who i actually thought were pretty good.

From: glammetalmonster Date: August 23, 2009 at 11:00
I really like this one. It's excellent hard rock in the vein of Black Crowes, The Poorboys, Flies On Fire, Blackfish etc. One of those bargain bin CDs that turned out to be surprisingly good. Gems on here include the sleazy southern blues of Whiskey and Women and the mellow Love in Motion. Well worth picking up.

From: Sick_Of_It_All Date: February 13, 2013 at 4:03
WORST album cover EVER lol. If I hadn't read these were the same guys from Radio Active Cats I wouldn't have bothered with this one because like what was said before, it looks like some shitty alternative band. But I friggin LOVE this disc. Such a surprise. I think it's better than the Radio Active Cats album & I like it a lot. Very bluesy type of hard rock with excellent production. Plus it's cheap everywhere. You can't go wrong

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